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We speak to David Sutherland, Superintendent at The Bingara Gorge Golf Course, on the methods he uses to manage and monitor turf development for denser, healthier turf. David shares that he uses Growing Degree Days (GDD) to determine when to apply different turf applications for denser and healthier turf.
GDD is a measure of heat accumulation that can predict plant and animal development rates. This tool has helped control the growth of the grass and manage diseases on the golf course. Watch the video to find out more.
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